Learn Qiangshu - A Wushu Taolu (or Form)

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Learn Qiangshu - A Wushu Taolu (or Form)

Qiangshu (or Qiang Shu) is a Wushu taolu (or form) where the participant uses a spear as the main element of the routine.

In international competitions, taolu routines on the junior level are “compulsory” whereas each athlete performs identical movements and sequences. On the senior level events, taolu routines are competed by using optional or “self choreographed” routines (so they often contain much more acrobatic moves and taolu routines can differ between each athlete).

For other taolu and taolu techniques (i.e. stances), please visit the main Wushu Taolu section.

YouTube Video of Qiangshu - 3rd International Compulsory Wushu Taolu Routine


YouTube Video of Junior Level Qiangshu - Wushu Taolu

YouTube Video of Senior Level Qiangshu - Wushu Taolu

YouTube Video of Senior Level Qiangshu - Wushu Taolu


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